TU BERLIN ACADEMY FOR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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COURSE DATES

04.10.2023 - 06.10.2023
COURSE DURATION

3 days
LANGUAGE

English
LOCATION

Online
CERTIFICATE

Certificate of Participation
FORMAT

Online
LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Massimo Moraglio
PRICE

1400 €

MOBILITY FUTURES
04.10.2023 – 06.10.2023

The course addresses long- and mid-term changes in the mobility and transport field, so to be ready for disruptive futures and develop adequate scenario(s) for the mobility sector.

Learning goals

After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to understand the role of social shifts in mobility and be aware of mid- and long-term cultural and social mobility mindset. They will address the mobility trends and future impacts on industry and policy-making process, so to develop, accordingly, scenarios and strategy plan.

Content

  • Emerging cultural and social trends in mobility
  • Shared, slow and post-motorized mobility
  • Mobility/immobility and post-mobility attitude
  • Impact of social change on policy-making, market and industry

Target group

  • Policy makers and industry representatives
  • think-tanks analysts
  • transport and mobility agency officers
  • Forecast and future study researchers

Prerequisites

  • English level of at least B1 (according to the European Framework)
  • Laptop/PC + headset with microphone

Dates

October 04 – 06, 2023 (virtual classroom sessions).

LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Massimo Moraglio
Prof. Dr. Massimo Moraglio is a Senior Researcher at Technische Universität Berlin, working on technology and its wide effects on economic, social and cultural fields. He was awarded an M.A. in Political Sciences at Turin University in 1998 and in 2003, received a Ph.D. in Urban Planning History at the Polytechnic University of Turin. His previous fields of investigation encompass the history of medical science; the history of public and private institutions; and the political history of the Italian catholic hierarchy, with a focus on both the 19th and 20th centuries. He has published numerous books, essays and articles in this field. More recently, he has been focusing on the relationship between technology and society, as well as sustainable mobility and environmental studies. Highlights of his career so far include an EU Marie Sklodowska Curie IEF fellowship conducted at Technische Universität Berlin and a fellowship at the Rachel Carson Centre in Munich (Jan-July 2014). He is currently Editor-in-chief of The Journal of Transport History and a member of the Editorial Board of three other international journals. His 100+ publications encompass books in Italian and English, including editing and co-editing and articles in international journals. He has co-organized and participated in 50+ national and international conferences. He has been appointed as a peer referee for international academic journals, as well as an evaluator for American and European research institutes and centres. He has conducted, researched and taught in universities in Italy, France and Germany. In addition to running student workshops, summer programs and general duties as a Professor’s Assistant during his career, he has also supervised B.A. and M.A. student theses, as tutor and co-tutor. In 2012, he received the qualification of Professor in modern history, granted by the Italian Education Ministry.
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